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  1. #27
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    Breakdown and get a traeiger !

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    Yeah right -

    Like I am ever going to consider lighting pellets. <g>

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little NATE View Post
    Breakdown and get a traeiger !
    PHM
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    The conventional view serves to protect us from the painful job of thinking.

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    I am looking for the "Goodman" of gas grills.

    What's the best bang for the buck?

    Thanx.

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    Talking

    Ducane,owned by Weber,made in China.I went to the local Ace Hardware,they had a bunch of $$$$ grilles on display,went on-line to check on Ducanes.Found a $$$ model.Great electronic ignition,3 burners,side burner,rotisserrie,N.G.,stainless panels,assembled,delivered....$375.00 have had it three years,would reccommend it to anyone.
    Ethics are as important as education.

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    Talking

    By the way,I ordered it at Ace,they assembled and delivered for free.
    Ethics are as important as education.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gary_g View Post
    I am looking for the "Goodman" of gas grills.

    What's the best bang for the buck?

    Thanx.
    Brinkmann from Home Depot

    GrillMaster from Lowes

    Both are pretty cheap

    I found a Weber sitting beside the metal dumpster at the dump, it just happened to fall over onto my trailer lol

    a good cleaning, $70 worth of new grates and flavorizer bars from ebay, its like new.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Swampfox View Post


    damn Maple trees

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swampfox View Post
    Brinkmann from Home Depot

    GrillMaster from Lowes

    Both are pretty cheap
    I did indeed buy a Brinkmann from HD.

    It's a mix of stainless steel and painted carbon steel.

    I like the features:
    4 burners, plus a side burner, plus a rotisserie burner (I have to get the rotisserie motor and shaft).

    I thought the $199 price tag was a mistake because there were other Brinkmanns with less features for $299.

    Hopefully, I'll get at least 5 years out of it.

    Here's a pic: http://www.homedepot.com/Outdoors-Gr...atalogId=10053

    Take care.

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    If your serious about grilling, check out Lynx's grills.

    http://www.lynxgrills.com/

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    Doood; it's all about the quadrilage

    And nothing does it better than BroilMaster's cast stainless steel diamond grates.
    PHM
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    The conventional view serves to protect us from the painful job of thinking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Poodle Head Mikey View Post
    Like I am ever going to consider lighting pellets. <g>

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    You dont have to light has ignitor if you ever cook with one youll never cosider gas again !

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    Yeah sure - they told me that about black girls too -

    But this end-all little woman of mine is blond and about as white as a sheet.

    I went to natural gas for the grilles. Piped it to three spots outside. Turn the knob, hit the ignitor, no worries.

    No clean up and I never run out.

    We'll cook on whatever you like at your house - here it's natural gas. <g>

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little NATE View Post
    You dont have to light has ignitor if you ever cook with one youll never cosider gas again !
    PHM
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    The conventional view serves to protect us from the painful job of thinking.

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    maybe this is a stupid question: Did the manufacturer sell you a conversion kit or did PHM improvise????

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